Reinforcement vs. Punishment
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yelling at a child for running into the street.
praising a teenager for cleaning their room.
getting a piece of candy every time a child gives a correct answer.
getting a treat every time a dog goes to the bathroom in the back yard.
leaving home early to avoid traffic.
negative. pos. // reinforcement
shocking a rat as they get farther from their cage.
earning an A on a test after studying more than usual.
not being paid because you left work early.
getting nauseous after eating rotten food.
being made fun of for the clothing that you wear.
walking on the sidewalk to avoid being hit by a car.
positive// neg. reinforcement
watching your favorite TV show after doing all your homework.
yelling "No!" at a dog jumping up on a person.
taking a pain reliever to reduce pain.
get a candy bar for putting money in the machine.
dolphin trainer walks away with the fish bucket when the dolphin gets aggressive.
burning your hand when you touch a hot stove.
getting paid for a completed task.
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